"The General's Daughter" is the first book I've read by Nelson DeMille, so I wasn't sure what to expect. What I discovered was a cleverly written, well plotted, page turner. The story grabs you and you can't put it down. It's a fairly complicated story with a lot of villains. If fact almost every character in the book is a jerk. The ending was good but unexpected. I highly recommend this work to anyone that enjoys mysteries, suspense, or military fiction.
She was an arm captain and the daughter of legendary General "Fighting Joe" Cambell when her body was found-naked and bound- on the firing range of Fort Hadley. This polical powder keg of a case goes directly to elite investigator Paul Brenner and rape specialist Cynthia Sunhill... and explodes. Behind the military code of honor, Brenner and Sunhill uncover trails of corruption-all leading to the golden girl's shocking secret life.
THE GENERAL'S DAUGHTER
Full of what the movie didn't tell or discribe. As always the movie leaves too much of the book out. You need to read the book to get the full plot.
A murder mystery of an outstanding officer - read by Ken Howard - 2 cassetees - approx=3 hours.